A mother and daughter enjoying the Seder.

Boulder JFS Hosts Passover Seders at Senior Communities

Boulder Jewish Family Service (JFS) recently held Passover Seders in seven senior communities. They were incredibly rich with singing, memories, and of course storytelling. A big thank-you to David Bernstein, Carolyn Bleicher, Rachel Cole, Joe Lukasik, Rabbi Josh Rose, Pam Sherman, Rabbi Marc Soloway, and RP Whitmore-Bard for leading these wonderful Seders. Also, a special thank-you to the many volunteers who contributed their time and energy to make these celebrations possible. Enjoy some of the photos from the Seders below!

Bonai Shalom students celebrate with residents at Golden West.
Bonai Shalom students celebrate with residents at Golden West.
A large group of residents enjoy Passover at The Carillon
A large group of residents enjoy Passover at The Carillon.
Passover Seder at Frasier Meadows.
Passover Seder at Frasier Meadows.
Kari Scott and Michell Pelc from Family Hospice volunteer at The Carillon and Frasier Meadows.
Kari Scott and Michell Pelc from Family Hospice volunteer at The Carillon and Frasier Meadows.
Rabbi Marc Soloway breaking the matzo at Golden West Seder.
Rabbi Marc Soloway breaking the matzo at Golden West Seder.
A mother and daughter enjoying the Seder.
A mother and daughter enjoying the Seder.
Rabbi Rose leads his last Boulder JFS celebration with the Seder at Boulder Meridian. He will be missed!
Rabbi Rose leads his last Boulder JFS celebration with the Seder at Boulder Meridian. He will be missed!

About Jewish Family Service

Founded 150 years ago, we currently offer more than 30 programs and services, including food security, housing stability, mental health counseling, aging care, employment support, and disability services. JFS takes a holistic approach, assessing the various needs of the individual or family and provides the appropriate services all from one organization.

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